In recent years, Muss has delved into tri-dimensional works with a particular force, offering a louder counterbalance to her previous, more meditative and intimate paintings and collages. As mentioned before, her work has progressively grown in scale, using discarded construction materials and industrial manufacturing detritus found in dumpsters, combining them with natural elements such as shrubs, shells, tree barks, paintings, photographs, and feathers. Through the process, Muss has also developed a body of work that is abstract in nature but one that uses the figurative presence and repurposing of discarded materials, directly addressing the waste and environmental concerns and issues that plague our modern world.